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Book snapshot – Plugged In – connecting your faith with what you watch, read and play (Daniel Strange)

I've read or nearly finished a few books on movies and cultural analysis over the years but this is the book I wish I read first, simply because the author takes the time to describe, define and explain culture through... Continue Reading →

Django Unchained (2012): a love story, a blood story, a slave story

In Inglourious Basterds, Tarantino's alternate history unleashed fantasy revenge on Hitler's regime. In Django Unchained, he brings it to the slavers. With the help of the only good white guy in the South - a German bounty hunter Dr King... Continue Reading →

Ben-Hur (1959) and a guest blogger!

Today, I welcome my good friend Kieran as the first guest blogger on Eternitainment! We've been friends a few years now and we often engage our minds in the fruitful discussion and appreciation of movies. If Kieran had his own... Continue Reading →

Oscars 2013 – super lite review

So the results are in: Argo has taken the award for Best Picture. I was not entirely surprised - there was heaps of buzz when it first came out, and it won in two major categories, being Adapted Screenplay and... Continue Reading →

Oscars 2013 – super lite edition

Being an entertainment blog I suppose I should mention something about the Oscars, which are on Monday morning Australian time. I only managed to see, embarrassingly, 3 of the contenders for best picture this year, being Les Miserables, Life of... Continue Reading →

I wanna party and…find love?: (Party 2 of 2)

In Party 1, I suggested one of the scenes set in the song "How We Do" by Rita Ora could easily come from a horrible nightmare. I just didn't think a hungover sleepover as an indicator of love was ideal.... Continue Reading →

I wanna party and… find love?: (Party 1 of 2)

Rita Ora's How We Do is a curious party anthem, proposing that in a night of cloudy recklessness you may just find the one for you. The song is most memorable because of the catchy hook, which features the eight-letter... Continue Reading →

Dr. Meredith Grey diagnoses you

"We've all heard the warnings and we've ignored them. We push our luck. We roll the dice. We play with fire. It's human nature. When we're told not to touch something, we usually do, even if we know better. Maybe... Continue Reading →

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